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Lando
Hunter New England
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3/01/2020
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Staying Strong

Posted in Quit experiences 17 Jan 2020
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Day 17. The monster is still slain.

I feel so much better. My skin looks so much better. I smell so much better. My sense of smell is so much better. And I am $300 so much better off.

I am pleased to be a non smoker.

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  • ShellsWA January 17, 2020 | 10:59
    Whoo hoo Lando well 👏👍
  • Nuts January 17, 2020 | 11:02
    Well done mate. Now that your sense of smell is returning, you will notice how bad smokers smell. Cant believe that we smelled that bad. You are doing really well 💕
  • Happiness January 17, 2020 | 11:17
    👍👍👍😉🦅
  • Pisces24, Central Coast January 17, 2020 | 13:07
    Good on ya🙋‍♀️🐟
  • softly40, Mid North Coast January 17, 2020 | 15:36
    Well done Lando give yourself a reward
  • Leeann , Central Coast January 17, 2020 | 21:34
    Awesome work Lando, look at you going strong. Super proud of you, you've got this. Nothing to miss and so much to gain👏👍😊
  • Lando, Hunter New England January 18, 2020 | 9:14
    I went to a party last night. There were 4 smokers there. Two didn't care at all. Lighting up around the non smokers, while other people were eating, while kids were close. They were also the ones who constantly had a smoke in their hands. The antisocial smokers. I was never one of them. I had to move away whenever they came near with one lit.
    The other two, I guess I would have previously called the social smokers. Moving away from the non smokers, very conscious of themselves. They had never met each other before last night, but you would have sworn they were best mates. It's another side effect of the smokes - having to talking to people you don't know/like about things that don't matter, over and over again. Thinking you are being social, but in fact there are alot more people you don't get to talk to.

    It gave me even more strength.
  • Lando, Hunter New England January 18, 2020 | 9:38
    I went to a party last night. There were 4 smokers there. Two didn't care at all. Lighting up around the non smokers, while other people were eating, while kids were close. They were also the ones who constantly had a smoke in their hands. The antisocial smokers. I was never one of them. I had to move away whenever they came near with one lit.
    The other two, I guess I would have previously called the social smokers. Moving away from the non smokers, very conscious of themselves. They had never met each other before last night, but you would have sworn they were best mates. It's another side effect of the smokes - having to talking to people you don't know/like about things that don't matter, over and over again. Thinking you are being social, but in fact there are alot more people you don't get to talk to.

    It gave me even more strength.

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